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Black History Month Celebration

Please join us as we celebrate Black History Month. Together, let us honor the rich history and legacy of the Black community. We will highlight small Black businesses, fitness instructors, and other prominent leaders that are effecting change in our community today. We will also share exciting news about the future of our racial justice work. Come help us pave the way for future generations.

Event Information

Location: 375 Selby Ave, Saint Paul MN 55102
Date: March 23, 2023
Time: 4:00-6:00 P.M.

In case of inclement weather check YWCA Saint Paul’s website and social media channels the morning of the event.


YWCA St. Paul is thrilled to announce Maya Washington is the guest speaker at our first annual Black History Month Celebration Event!

Maya Washington is an award-winning director, narrative and documentary filmmaker, actress, writer, poet, creative director, visualist and arts educator. Learn more about Maya: www.mayawashington.net


4:00 P.M.

Beverages and light appetizers
Black-owned Small Business Fair
Line Dance Demonstration with Tina Jackson
Tour Racial Justice space
Participate in as few or as many activities as you would like!

5:00 P.M.


6:00 P.M.

Event Ends

RSVP not required.
For event questions please contact Shanene Herbert at sherbert@ywcastpaul.org

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